Meg Padgett
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Remove excess caulk with a tool designed for this purpose, or just your finger (in our case, it did a great job). Use a damp cloth to clean off any remaining caulk and to smooth the finish. Let the caulk dry, keeping it free from any water contact for the manufacturer's recommended time.

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belindaray added this to bathroom
April 4, 2014
Meg PadgettSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Remove excess caulk with a tool designed for this purpose, or just your finger (in our case, it did a great job). Use a damp cloth to clean off any remaining caulk and to smooth the finish. Let the caulk dry, keeping it free from any water contact for the manufacturer's recommended time.
Jenny Tan added this to jenny_tan5692's Ideas
November 27, 2013
Grout repair
Alicia Celorio added this to alicia_celorio's ideas
February 7, 2013
Good way to fix things
kesvenson added this to kesvenson's ideas
November 28, 2012
For girls bath
makins1113 added this to makins1113's ideas
November 25, 2012
Everything. I need to do my bathtub where it meets the tiles. Now I can try this
nicohnic added this to nicohnic's Ideas
November 24, 2012
Add to my "must do" list
ginnyo added this to ginnyo's ideas
September 19, 2012
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cherk added this to Helpful hints
September 19, 2012
Good how to
lizb1110 added this to lizb1110's Favorites
September 16, 2012
Grout
nelibee added this to nelibee's ideas
September 10, 2012
DYI bathroom Neat
djeff1 added this to djeff1's ideas
September 9, 2012
tile repair
janegates added this to janegates's ideas
September 9, 2012
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